A Graduate Certificate in Aging and Geriatric Practice can help students further their knowledge and their careers in the field of gerontology and geriatric care. Offered by the Department of Aging and Geriatric Research, this graduate certificate is offered entirely online.
Students can complete interactive online courses at a pace that best suits their professional lives. In as little as one year, students can earn their graduate certificate. Clinical experience is not required to apply to this program.
Learn about gerontology and geriatric care from clinical, physiological, epidemiological, sociological, and psychological perspectives, and become more qualified to work with the aging population.
Graduate certificate students may transfer credits toward the online master’s degree in gerontology later if admitted and if they earn a grade of “B” or higher.
- 15 credits
- Minimum admission requirements: bachelor’s degree, 3.0 upper-division GPA
- Entirely Online
- Tuition: $8,786.25 plus fees
- Certificate Application
- Note — Please choose the following in the College drop-down list: The College of Medicine-Aging & Geriatric Practice